“And I Still See Their Faces” Captures the Breadth of Jewish Life in Poland Before Holocaust

In a dog-eared black-and-white photo, three glamorous young Jewish women stride confidently down Gleboka Street in the Polish town of Cieszyn, sometime during the 1930s. They are wearing the fashions of the day: two-piece suits, fur stoles, and dainty gloves. We know only the name of the woman on the right, Hilda Glanz, who demurely clutches her purse while her friends smile at the photographer.